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Erika Shaker | Governments need to ask themselves: is downloading more debt onto students -- particularly during a time of workforce precarity -- a sustainable policy to pursue?
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Jen Halsall | Despite many successful international examples, credible financial advice, and strong student and faculty support, the University of British Columbia has voted not to divest from fossil fuels.
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Lauren Siddall | From concerns for students' safety to teachers' support of LGBTQ-inclusive education, the national Every Teacher Project is shedding light on a number of key issues in our schools.
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Jen Halsall | For many university graduates, post-secondary education doesn't end with a degree. Fifteen per cent of Ontario's college students already hold university degrees, and that number is expected to grow.
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Adam Gaudry | Canadian universities are increasingly moving to implement Indigenous course requirements, but unless implemented effectively, these reforms may ultimately fail to accomplish meaningful change.
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Jen Halsall | Mental illness runs rampant on campus, as stressed, depressed and anxiety-ridden students prepare for a bleak future. With so little invested in mental health services, it's not likely to change.
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Jen Halsall | Last December, Canada first learned of the now infamous "Class of DDS 2015 Gentlemen." Now a year wiser, are Canada's universities ready to confront sexism, homophobia, and racism on campus?
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Jen Halsall | Experts and faculty alike are saying cheating is epidemic in Canada, but universities seem slow to act. Three professors weigh in on the scope of academic dishonesty -- and its consequences.
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Jen Halsall | Carleton's Board of Governors will forbid its members from speaking publicly about any meeting they attend -open or closed. Canada's academics are fighting back, threatening censure.
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Tyson Kelsall | A UNBC student explains why former Conservative MP James Moore should not have been hired as Chancellor of UNBC.
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Jen Halsall | Canada can't justify its reliance on the tar sands forever -- are our post-secondary institutions ready to make the shift?
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Jen Halsall | From mass graves in Africa to a questionable stance on climate change, our bloggers investigate some of Canada's hidden and overlooked stories.